EA and Chillingo teamed up with ECC Games to produce One Tap Tennis. It is now available in the Google Play Store. I have played many tennis games available on mobile devices and consoles. I am a huge fan of tennis and play it whenever I have an opportunity. I was surprised and well pleased when I played One Tap Tennis. In short, it is one of the best one-touch tennis games you will ever play.
Stick Sports, developers of the rather popular Stick Tennis Tour game, have released a big update for that game today. The update adds quite a lot of content to Stick Tennis Tour, with everything from new upgrades, new opponents, courts and more arriving with it.
WimblePong is a new retro-style tennis game from developers Gazzapper Games. While this game features retro-style graphics, it does use the Pro Tennis Scoring system to keep track of everything. This means that it isn’t a re-skinned version of Pong, although the controls and gameplay are as simple as Pong.
Djinnworks out of Austria, has been producing games for Android for quite some time. The strength of the studio’s work is firmly rooted in games that involve stickman figures. Some of the games produced in the past include: Stick Stunt Biker, Wingsuit Stickman, the Rope n’ Fly series, and Traffic Buster. In Stickman Tennis 2015, Djinnworks returns to the court to deliver an ace of a game.
Back in March of this year Sega released the latest edition to their Virtua Tennis series of games, a mobile optimized title called Virtua Tennis Challenge. At the time of the game’s release, it was made available only for the Xperia Play with a release date for all other Android devices being in May 2012.
We have bee talking about this game since back when CES 2012 was going on and now we can finally say that Virtua Tennis Challenge from Sega is now available for Xperia Play owners and other select Xperia devices from Sony.
Back during CES 2012 we got some hands-on time with Sega’s upcoming sports title called Virtua Tennis Challenge which will be coming to Android. During GDC 2012 and our visit with Sega, we managed to get an update so to when we can expect this game to arrive on Google Play.
Sega will be continuing their push into the Android Market soon with a new game, exclusive to the Xperia Play for now, called Virtua Tennis Challenge. We got a chance to meet up with Mike from Sega who is the Brand Manager for Virtua Tennis on mobile platforms and had some fun playing this upcoming game.
It looks like we get to start covering CES 2012 stories before CES even begins. Sega has announced that they will be debuting / showing off their upcoming Android title called Virtua Tennis Challenge. While this will be for all Android devices eventually, it looks like the launch will be an Xperia Play exclusive from the sounds of things.